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Voter Approved Construction Projects

2012 Bond Election

In November 2012, voters approved a $99 million bond package to improve and maintain Jeffco Public School facilities. See the summary of the Bond program and Bond Scope.

2005-2010 Capital Improvement Program

In November 2004, Jefferson County voters approved a bond election providing Jeffco Public Schools with $323.8 million for building, renovating and repairing school facilities. This was the first time voters approved increased funding for county school buildings since 1999.

View a slideshow of completed construction projects from the 2004 Bond below. You can click on a school photo to learn more about each project. Current project updates can be seen here.

Alameda Junior/Senior High SchoolArvada West High SchoolBear Creek High SchoolBear Creek K-8Brady Exploration SchoolChatfield High SchoolConnections Learning CenterCreighton Middle SchoolDakota Ridge High SchoolDrake Middle SchoolDunstan Middle SchoolEvergreen Middle SchoolFairmount Elementary SchoolGolden High SchoolHackberry Hill Elementary SchoolJeffco Open SchoolLakewood High SchoolMandalay Elementary SchoolMeiklejohn Elementary SchoolOberon Elementary SchoolRalston Elementary SchoolRalston Valley High SchoolSierra Elementary SchoolWarren TechWheat Ridge High School

Alameda International Jr/Sr High School: The $11.7 million project included a two-story addition to the existing school which includes new computer labs and 8 new science classrooms with labs.

Arvada West High School: The $30.9 million project was the phase II replacement of the building that was designed to accommodate up to 2,000 students. Completed March 2008.

Bear Creek High School: The new $45.7 million, 215,000 square foot high school was built at the previous Bear Creek K-8 site to accommodate approximately 2,000 students. Opened Spring 2009.

Bear Creek K-8: This new $19.5 million, 120,000 square foot school was designed to accommodate 1,080 students and was completed August of 2007.

Brady Exploration: At the direction of the Board of Education, the district procured 5 buildings totaling over 67,000 square feet and completed $ 4.7 million in renovations.

Chatfield High School: The $29.3 million addition and renovations were completed in August 2007. The building was designed to accommodate up to 2,100 students and expanded to 270,575 square feet.

Connections Learning Center: A new $4.9 million, 20,175 square foot replacement facility for the Johnson Program was built on the current site. Completed Spring 2010.

Creighton Middle School: The $8.6 million addition was the final phase of construction that completed a total replacement of the school in August 2009.

Dakota Ridge High School: The $10.8 million addition increased student capacity to 1,750 students. 46,766 sq. ft. addition and 12,200 sq. ft. renovation completed August 2009.

Drake Middle School: The $3.5 million project completed during the Summer of 2009 included portions of the mechanical system, a kitchen renovation, and an elevator addition.

Dunstan Middle School: The $20.5 million, 120,840 sq. ft. replacement facility was completed in August 2006. The building is designed to accommodate up to 840 students.

Evergreen Middle School: The $12.1 million addition and renovation was completed in September 2009. Additions include a new gymnasium, two science labs, and new classrooms.

Fairmount Elementary School: The $7.2 million addition and renovation project completed late Fall 2007 is designed to accommodate 567 students and includes three separate additions.

Golden High School: The new 188,554 square foot facility is designed to accommodate up to 1,450 students. Construction on the $38.3 million replacement school was completed August 2008.

Hackberry Hill Elementary School: The $7.2 million renovation and addition replaced 25,000 sq. ft., renovated the remaining 21,000 sq. ft., and replaced portions of the roof. Completed August 2007.

Jeffco Open School: Replaced the approximately 40,000 square foot building and houses 550-600 students at a cost of $ 11.1 million. Completed and occupied in August 2010.

Lakewood High School: This $32.9 million, 170,000 sq. ft. replacement building includes state-of-the-art security, instructional technology, and environmental features. Completed August 2008.

Mandalay Elementary School: The $4.2 million project included roof replacement, major mechanical systems replacements, and an electrical system upgrade. Completed in 2009.

Meiklejohn Elementary School: The $12.8 million, 68,300 square foot school which is designed to accommodate 768 students was completed August 2006. The site, on 12.5 acres, includes a park.

Oberon Elementary School: The $3.0 million project included an elevator addition and new front entry, as well as renovation of the locker rooms and cafetorium. Completed August 2009.

Ralston Elementary School: Completed in August 2009, the $4.6 million project included renovation of the existing kitchen/cafeteria and front entry and a 10,612 sq. ft. addition of 5 classrooms.

Ralston Valley High School: Completed in August 2007, the $9.5 million, 63,000 sq. ft. project included a classroom instructional wing, 4-classroom addition, and auxiliary gym.

Sierra Elementary School: The replacement will be accomplished in two phases and designed to accommodate 600 students. The $5.1 million Phase I, a 20,000 sq. ft. replacement, completed February 2009.

Warren Tech: The $3.6 million project included replacement of mechanical systems, the fire alarm in select buildings and electrical upgrades. Completed Fall of 2007.

$17.1 million project included new athletic fields, a new auxiliary gymnasium, weight room addition, front entry and lobby expansion. Completed August 2008.

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